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The Oysterquartz really was impressive, and even though
it maybe didn’t do as well as they hoped, it definitely was
groundbreaking, and a special kind of watch. 😀 And it’s
the same for the Emergency which has always seemed like
a watch James Bond would love to me. 😎 Then the X33
couldn’t be cooler either I don’t think, AND it’s even been
in space ! 🚀

These three are definitely stand outs True ! ..Thanks very
very much for the look !!!
 

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Funny how even Rolex can't get the second hand on their quartz movements to hit all the marks as exactly as my Citizen Eco-Drives!

Here's my favorite Quartz, a 'Super Quartz" that is only off by ten seconds or so... a YEAR! Plus it has the hour Jump-Hand for quick time zone changes!

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Watch Freek
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Funny how even Rolex can't get the second hand on their quartz movements to hit all the marks as exactly as my Citizen Eco-Drives!

Here's my favorite Quartz, a 'Super Quartz" that is only off by ten seconds or so... a YEAR! Plus it has the hour Jump-Hand for quick time zone changes!

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I think it's just us sad watch nerds that are bothered about the second hand hitting the marker. I once stood and watched a Tag in a shop window, and it managed to miss all 60 markers.
 

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Marine Tunnel Rat
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I think it's just us sad watch nerds that are bothered about the second hand hitting the marker. I once stood and watched a Tag in a shop window, and it managed to miss all 60 markers.
I owned three Tags, but as the Raven said "Never More"!
 

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Here’s a quartz that I like. Just put new shoes on it.
Not much to dislike, except possibly the excessive tiny text on the dial.
Dead on every day since I bought it some 5 years ago.



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